Explore the natural world in Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s homeschool classes. Students ages 5-18 from the local homeschool community can attend sessions designed to complement homeschool science curriculums and make homeschooling more convenient, interactive, and engaging for your family.
Carnegie Museum of Natural History prioritizes the health and safety of our visitors, their families, and the community. To better serve you and your families during regular admission hours, we have decided to cancel the Spring Homeschool Classes scheduled to start March 30. We are following guidance on preventative measures from the Allegheny County Health Department. Our museum leaders are in regular communication with state and county health experts. Updates about the museum’s covid-19 response are available here. Current ticketholders will automatically receive free tickets to the rescheduled event. For questions about ticketing, please contact Visitor Services at email@example.com or 412-622-3288.” US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Allegheny County Health Department. Our museum leaders are in regular communication with state and county health experts.
Updates about the museum’s covid-19 response are available.
Current registrants will be contacted as soon as possible (please be patient with us). For questions about ticketing, please contact Visitor Services at firstname.lastname@example.org for faster response or 412-622-3288 for a response when staff returns to the building.
For multi-session classes, full refund less $10 handling fee for withdrawals made at least one week before program begins. Withdrawals made less than one week before the program starts, but before the second class session, are subject to a fee of $10 plus the pro-rated cost of a single class. No refunds after the second class has met.
Inclement Weather Policy
For children’s programs scheduled to occur December through March, the following inclement weather policy will be used: Should hazardous conditions result in cancellation of classes, announcements will be made on television stations KDKA, WTAE, WPXI, and FOX. Decisions are based on the needs of all students and instructors, some of whom drive considerable distances to Oakland. Makeup days may be scheduled for missed classes. During any inclement weather, please use your own discretion to attend for your own safety and that of your student.